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fleaflicker leaderboard WR   APR 2014
QB | RB | WR | TE | Rookie Top 50 | Rookie QB | Rookie RB | Rookie WR | Rookie TE
1Calvin Johnson28DET1111.0Not too much analysis needed here - Megatron totalled 1,492 yards and 12 touchdowns en route to another top 5 WR finish in 2013
2A.J. Green25CIN3222.3Green dominated again in 2013 just narrowly missing 100 catches and stays solidly elite with 1300+ yards and 11 touchdowns both of the past two seasons
3Josh Gordon22CLE5333.7Gordon is a phenom and as highly touted a dynasty player as there is this offseason, he managed to be the #2 WR in fantasy points in 2013 despite playing just 14 games
4Dez Bryant25DAL2453.7Dez continues to show elite talent, finishing with 93 receptions, 1,233 yards and 13 touchdowns in 2013 but needs to keep off-the-field issues in check
5Demaryius Thomas26DEN4544.3A monster 92-1,430-14 TD stat-line this year, DT is a near lock to be Top 10 as long as Peyton Manning is in town
6Julio Jones25ATL7766.7An absolute monster on the field, unfortunately a bad screw ended his 2013 campaign (elite but an injury concern)
7Brandon Marshall30MIA66107.3Target monster - All Marshall does is rack up 100 catch seasons and 2013 was the 5th such season of his 8-year career
8Alshon Jeffery24CHI91078.7Jeffery broke out in a BIG way in 2013 putting together an 89-1421-7 stat line and more than a few highlight reel catches - new HC Marc Trestman brings out the best in this Bears offense so expect it to continue
9Randall Cobb23GBP1181110.0Cobb suffered through an injury riddled 2013 appearing in just 6 games but is a very talented WR in a very potent passing offense
10Antonio Brown25PIT18111213.73Brown proved well worth the fat 5-year, $42.5M contract finishing as the #3 fantasy WR in 2013 and is locked in as a very solid PPR starter
11Larry Fitzgerald30ARI1092314.0One of the best in the game, Fitz finished 2013 as the #17 WR; Fitzgerald is signed with the Cardinals through 2018
12Percy Harvin25SEA12121814.0Seattle welcomed Harvin back from injury in the playoffs as a much needed dual threat in their run-first offense
13Pierre Garcon28WAS15141314.0Garcon's second season as a Redskin had him setting a franchise record with 113 catches, 1,346 yards and 5 TDs
14Justin Blackmon24JAX8201614.7-3Blackmon's off field issues rear their ugly head again when he's suspended for much of the 2013 season and likely one more mess-up away from being out of the NFL entirely
15Michael Crabtree26SFO20151416.33Coming off a torn Achilles Crabtree managed to play the final 5 games of 2013 and will be 100% the WR we all knew from 2012 going forward
16Jordy Nelson28GBP17161716.7Hamstring issues limited Jordy to just 12 starts in 2012 but 2013 saw him return to form to the tune of 85 catches, 1314 yards and 8 TDs even without Aaron Rodgers for a portion of the season
17Andre Johnson32HOU14132417.0Even going on 32, Johnson has the body type to produce at a top 10 level for 3-4 more years - Johnson was a top 10 WR yet again last season
18Keenan Allen21SDC2123817.3Allen fell to the 3rd round but goes to a Chargers' team without a true #1 WR and has looked the part in 2013 finishing with 5 touchdowns in the last 4 games
19Cordarrelle Patterson23MIN1924917.3Patterson has the look to be a fantasy star in short order
20Vincent Jackson31TBB16172017.7VJAX was the #12 WR in 2012 and the #16 WR in 2013 proving he's a consistent, dependable starter in the Tampa Bay offense
21Victor Cruz27NYG13182217.7-4A bit of a letdown season in 2013 but was just 2 yards away from his 3rd straight 1000 yard season, the Giants offense was a mess and Cruz will surely be the focal point going forward with Nicks likely on his way out of New York
22Eric Decker27NYJ25192121.7A second straight Top 10 WR finish and another double digit TD season; Decker lands with the Jets in 2014 and becomes their top receiving option
23Michael Floyd24ARI22281521.7Arizona drafted Floyd with the #13th pick overall in 2012 and he should be the teamÕs starter opposite WR Larry Fitzgerald for some time to come, Floyd closed out 2013 with a 66-1054-5 stat line
24DeSean Jackson27WAS27262526.0New HC Chip Kelly's offense revives Jackson's partly derailed career to the tune of 82 catches, 1332 yards and 9 touchdowns in 2013
25Torrey Smith25BAL24272726.0Three seasons into his NFL career, Smith averages 17.2 YPC catch with 2,800 yards, 19 TDs and a Super Bowl ring in that time
26T.Y. Hilton24IND26331926.0Hilton is an explosive slot receiver - at his Pro Day, Hilton ran a blistering-fast 40 time of 4.36 against the wind and 4.28 with the wind; posted an impressive 82-1083-5 season in 2013
27Roddy White32ATL23213526.3White is now 32 years old and is entering a contract year but says he can play 3-4 more seasons, that fact may be dependent on how well he performs in 2014
28Mike Wallace27MIA32222927.7Wallace signed a monster 5-year, $65M deal with the Dolphins but his production has yet to match his salary, he finished 2013 with a 73-930-5 stat line
29Kendall Wright24TEN28302628.0Wright has a small frame (5'10 196) but plays bigger and is tough for his size, plus has the speed and quickness to get behind defenses - had a busy 94 catch sophomore season
30DeAndre Hopkins21HOU30342830.7Houston finally makes a splash for an elite #2 WR opposite Andre Johnson, selecting "Nuk" Hopkins at 1.17 in the 2013 draft and he had a solid rookie season with 52 grabs for 802 yards and 2 TDs
31Rueben Randle22NYG31323031.03Randle got plenty of red zone looks and deep targets, he should be in for an expanded role this season with Nicks unlikely to be back
32Wes Welker32DEN29294032.7Welker missed the final 3 games of 2013 after suffering a concussion but still managed 10 touchdowns and fit like a glove high-flying Denver offense - at 32 years old age is beginning to be a factor
33Jeremy Maclin25PHI34373334.75Maclin's season ending injury in 2013 training camp was devastating for dynasty owners and Maclin's dynasty value but he should be fully back in Chip Kelly's offense in 2014
34Hakeem Nicks26IND38254235.0-4Nicks has not yet played a full season but his value still looks solid now that he'll be catching passes from Andrew Luck, just hope he can stay on the field
35Tavon Austin23STL36363435.3St. Louis traded up aggressively to land Austin at 1.09, 2013's top WR drafted and he managed a few good games while showing flashes of brilliance in his rookie year
36Greg Jennings30MIN35353936.3Greg Jennings / Cordarrelle Patterson look to form the new Vikings WR tandem for the next several seasons and if the Vikes can find their QB of the future should prove extremely productive
37Dwayne Bowe29KCC33314737.0-6Bowe suffered a below average 2013 with QB Alex Smith, who seems averse to throwing deep balls to his best WR
38Justin Hunter22TEN39423137.3Hunter showed flashes of the big-bodied talent we know he has in his rookie season but will require some patience as he ripens
39Terrance Williams24DAL40453239.0With 1,832 receiving yards, Williams led the NCAA in 2012 and quickly caught on as the WR2 in Dallas
40Cecil Shorts26JAX37394540.3-5Shorts managed just 777 yards and 3 TDs in 13 games played in 2013 while suffering through bad QB play and Blackmon's various suspensions
41Golden Tate25DET44413740.73Tate has improved every year and should continue to do so now that he'll be catching passes from Stafford opposite the great Megatron
42Marques Colston30NOS41404642.3Remarkably consistent, Colston averages 1,041 yards per season in eight years - knee issues remain a concern but New Orleans re-signed Colston is under contract through 2016 and should remain a decent duo with Drew Brees
43Markus Wheaton23PIT42503843.3Hand injuries held Wheaton to 6 catches in 2013 as a rookie but he should get a shot in 2014
44Emmanuel Sanders27DEN46514146.012Sanders is a solid enough possession receiver and signing with Denver definitely helps his value
45Aaron Dobson22NEP47434946.33Dobson draws poor-man Randy Moss comparisons with his size and Marshall background, is now likely locked in as the WR2 in New England
46Julian Edelman27NEP51523646.3We all thought Danny Amendola would be the PPR monster in New England but it was Edelman who put up a great 2013 stats with Amendola missing time repeatedly
47Steve Johnson27BUF43385946.7-5Johnson may be the very definition of a low-end WR2, solid and unspectacular - he managed just 597 yards in an injury shortened 12 game season
48Robert Woods21BUF52495351.33Woods joins E.J. Manuel on the new-look Bills' passing game and looked pretty good as a rookie despite inconsistent QB play and personnel
49James Jones29OAK62445252.7-4Oakland isn't a fantastic landing spot but he should go from the #3 option in GB to a top option on his new team
50Danny Amendola28NEP45486653.0Various injuries each of his last 3 seasons means his injury risk high, but Amendola has been a PPR asset when on the field
51Da'Rick Rogers23IND49565453.0-4Rodgers had arguably 1st round talent but went undrafted after a college suspension and transfer but he showed flashes when Indy promoted him to the 53 man roster, he's one to watch
52Riley Cooper26PHI55614453.39Cooper came on strong in the Chip Kelley offense after Maclin went down for the year in 2013 but he is an UFA heading into 2014
53Mike Williams26TBB56475853.7-4Williams averages a solid 64 catches, 910 yards over three seasons as a Buc but was placed on IR in 2013 with a torn hamstring
54Kenny Stills21NOS58535053.7Stills is similar in size to the GiantsÕ Victor Cruz and Stills played all the WR positions in college, averaged 20.0 YPC as a rookie
55Reggie Wayne35IND48586055.3-3Wayne lost the rest of his 2013 season due to injury after being placed on IR and may have seen his last snap as a Colt
56Marvin Jones24CIN59594855.3Bengals look to have a landed a late-round steal as Jones put up a 10 touchdown sophomore season and should continue to develop as the #2 WR on the team
57Denarius Moore25OAK50467256.0-4He has exceptional speed (4.43) and averages over 16 yards per catch but there are too many questions to feel too good about any WRs in Oakland
58Steve Smith34BAL57545756.0Smith is 34 years old and the party canÕt go on forever but Cam Newton has revived his fantasy career, Smith proved a little feast or famine in 2013
59Anquan Boldin33SFO53655156.3Boldin played very well in 2013 but Crabtree's return and now that he'll turn 34 age is becoming a big factor in his value
60Kenny Britt25STL54556257.0Britt is a tremendous talent but barely played in 2013 and compiled just 11 receptions so hopefully a new team in 2014 will revive his already disappointing career, few have off-the-field concerns like Kenny Britt
61Jarrett Boykin24GBP68744361.723Boykin went undrafted due to a slow forty time but he has great size and played very well when called upon in 2013
62Andre Holmes25OAK67635662.0Holmes is a big man at 6'4" 210 and boasts a 4.45 forty time which is an impressive combination; a high upside dynasty prospect with lots of room to develop
63Brian Hartline27MIA60577062.3-3Hartline signed a new 5-year, $31M deal heading into 2013 and put up another 1000 yard season but suffered a torn PCL in his left knee in week 17
64Doug Baldwin25SEA63666163.3Baldwin had nearly 800 yards with 5 TDs last year and upped his play in the playoffs for the champion Seahawks
65Vincent Brown25SDC65608168.7Brown lost his starting job to Eddie Royal in 2013 and disappointed many a dynasty owner in his first fully healthy NFL season
66Stephen Hill22NYJ66687670.03Stephen Hill has very nice measurables but in an underwhelming Jets offense has managed to average just 22 grabs, 297 yards and 2 TDs through 2 seasons
67Jerricho Cotchery31CAR64846370.399The Panthers are in desperate need of productive WRs and Cotchery has shown he can put up numbers when called upon to do so
68Brandon LaFell27NEP85676572.318Fairly solid #2 WR with minimal competition in Carolina, but LaFell averages just 41-598-3 TDs over four seasons
69Andre Caldwell28DEN71777373.797
70Rod Streater26OAK89627174.0The undrafted Streater has managed 1,472 yards and 99 catches over the past two seasons
71Chris Givens24STL72728074.7-4It looked like Givens was primed for a breakout in his sophomore season but disappointed to the tune of 34-569-0, an injured Sam Bradford didn't help
72Lance Moore30PIT69698775.0Moore joins the Pittsburgh Steelers but it's hard to imagine that being a better situation than he was in with the Saints passing attack
73Andre Roberts26WAS76826775.012Roberts joins the Washington Redskins in 2014 and should get a shot at significant playing time on a WR needy team
74Marlon Brown `22BAL84796977.3Brown proved to be a great complement to Torrey Smith in 2013
75Ace Sanders22JAX81648978.0An elite punt returner, Sanders got quite a bit of work at WR as the 2013 season wore on
76Kenbrell Thompkins25NEP70709478.0-10Thompkins outplayed everyone through training camp and preseason but lost his role as an every down player - still has potential should he continue to develop
77Miles Austin29DAL79758278.7-4Still a talented WR but he's been consistently nicked-up and has lost his starting role and potentially his roster spot with the Cowboys
78Stedman Bailey23STL101736479.3-4Bailey closed out 2013 with 15 receptions over the last 5 games and had a nice TD run
79Brian Quick24STL73808679.7-3Quick has a lot of potential yet remains raw though he has a huge frame at 6Õ4Ó and 220 pounds
80Mohamed Sanu24CIN80788380.3-3Sanu has large hands and is very tough to bring down in the open field however he lacks an explosive element to his game and Marvin Jones looks like the starter opposite A.J. Green
81Jermaine Kearse24SEA99816882.7Kearse provides a solid deep threat option and is somewhat buried on the Seahawks depth chart
82Jerrel Jernigan24NYG123715583.0-20
83Quinton Patton23SFO88877784.0-5A quiet rookie season as Patton battled injuries, he has a chance to be a future starter however for the Niners
84Greg Little24CLE82858885.0-4Little came into the NFL with minimal experience as a receiver but has averaged 51 receptions in three NFL seasons; Little led WRs with 27 bench reps of 225 lbs at the 2010 Combine
85Rishard Matthews24MIA86868485.3After the Brandon Gibson injury Matthews emerged as the WR3 for the Dolphins and as a 2nd year player has room to grow
86Marvin McNutt24CAR93907485.780
87Ted Ginn28ARI87977586.379
88Sidney Rice27SEA94769287.3Rice has been released by the Seahawks
89Harry Douglas29ATL90957887.7-8Had a breakout 1,000 yard season with Julio Jones out for the year but he should return to a slot role next season and his previous career high was 498 yards
90Nate Burleson32DET779210190.0-7Burleson has been released by Detroit
91Santonio Holmes30NYJ83939590.3-12Holmes (foot) ended 2012 on IR and never seemed 100% healthy in 2013 plus he carries baggage with his poor attitude
92Leonard Hankerson25WAS788810690.7-4Hankerson was having a mediocre season before blowing out his knee in week 11 of the 2013 season, at 24 he's still young but hope is waning
93Nate Washington30TEN759410992.7-4Washington had a decent season in 2013 posting a 58-919-3 line but is aging and will likely need to take a pay cut to stay with the Titans
94Jarius Wright24MN971008594.0Wright looks to have locked down the Minnesota #3 WR role
95Darrius Heyward-Bey27PIT958310594.3-4Even Andrew Luck and the Colts couldn't make DHB look like a real NFL WR
96Andrew Hawkins28CIN918911498.0-3Hawkins played in just 8 games in 2013 and doesn't get enough snaps with the Bengals to make his talents known (Hawkins was a runner-up on Michael Irvin's television program, 4th and Long)
97LaVon Brazil25IND108919999.3-7The 2nd year WR has yet to break out but is in a good situation if he can earn significant playing time in that Colts offense
98Josh Boyce24NEP9698110101.3-4Savvy route-runner with strong hands, Boyce joined a long list of new faces in the Patriots' receiver corps in 2013
99Eddie Royal27SDC1109996101.7-4Royal surprised with 8 TDs in 2013 but isn't anything more than a contributor
100A.J. Jenkins24KCC10411191102.0Jenkins has been a bust to date but KC insists he may have a decent future
101Donnie Avery29KCC106103102103.7-5After 5 NFL seasons Avery looks to be a 50 catch 600 yard WR which is good only for depth in fantasy leagues
102Marquess Wilson21CHI11210693103.7
103Jerome Simpson28MIN61131119103.719
104Ryan Broyles25DET98107112105.7-7Broyles' knees likely are enough to end his career soon, if they haven't already
105Jeremy Kerley25NYJ100115103106.0-4
106Tommy Streeter24BAL74118127106.3-6
107Aaron Mellette24BAL92102128107.3-4
108Marquise Goodwin23BUF13311279108.0-9Goodwin offers world-class speed out of the slot - he averaged a blistering 23.6 YPC in 2013
109Jon Baldwin24SFO115104107108.7-7Great size and potential, but Baldwin doesn't look to have NFL chops
110Tavarres King23DEN111113104109.34
111Kris Durham26DET11496120110.0-6
112Jacoby Jones29BAL107110115110.7-6After an incredible 2012 playoff run and a potential MVP bid in the super bowl Jones did what he always does in 2013 putting up a stat line of 37-455-2 and earning himself a big "meh"
113Malcom Floyd32SDC103101129111.0-6A spine injury may have ended Floyd's NFL career
114Dexter McCluster25TEN12212890113.3-6
115Juron Criner24OAK105109130114.7-5
116Joe Morgan26NOS13011797114.78
117Santana Moss34WAS102127118115.7-6
118Austin Pettis25STL14510598116.0-9
119Tiquan Underwood27TBB113122113116.0
120Jacoby Ford26OAK118108124116.7-7
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